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makers in washington pushing to rais taxes again. did motown collapse? did detroit that those plans will take america colby and sen ba now to forbess on fox. >> here we go again. senate majority leader harry reid wants to raise taxes before reforming the tax code by a trillion bucks and the republicans are open to hiking them as part of a debt deal. we saw detroit go bankrupt and it has the highest city tax rates in the nation. emacyou say it proves high taxes don't work. >> why does anybody in congress think high taxes create middle-class jobs? taxes are a usterit. and i tell you mana, people left detroit because they said why pay the high tax bill when the voirment is not so great and the job rate is so por. we don't need that when we can go elsewhere. >> look at the stats. detroit taxes are highest as in michigan in their own state and yet they are public services and they have the worse streets and public schools and highwayest crime and more you pay in taxes doesn't lead to a preponderate life. >> hi taxes are a symptom of a larger cause. they are rising because of bad policies
pushing to raise taxes again. did motown collapse? did detroit that those plans ♪ [ villain ] well mr. baldwin... it appears our journey has come to a delightful end. then i better use the capital one purchase eraser to redeem my venture miles for this t trip. purchase eraser? it's the easy way to erase any recent travel expense. i just pick a charge, like my flight with a few taps, it's taken care of. impressive baldwin. does it work for hotels? absolutely thank goodness. mrs. villain and i are planning our... you scare me. and i like it. let's go what's in your wallet? and this pk is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fiber in metamucil actually gels. and that gelling hes to lower some chesterol. metacil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fib. back now to forbess on fox. >> here we go again. senate majority leader harry reid wants to raise taxes before reforming the tax code by a trillion bucks and the republans are open to hiking them as part of a debt deal. we saw detroit go bankrupt and it has the highest city tax rates in the nation. emacyo say it proves high taxes d
from terry. why are so few commentators outraged about the conservative destruction of detroit? that would be everybody. for the life of me, i don't know. i think a philosophy of how people do their job. this is just my philosophy. this is what i believe in. i don't think that you do a story and say, oh, well, we've covered that. let's get on to the next one. i've always been one who believes that you do a story and you get into the different facets of the story. and maybe others don't view it that way. where are the people? what's the back story? what's the ramifications? what's the money? where is the political push coming from? there are so many facets to the detroit story, stealing an election, cirqcumventing local elections. there is so much there. i don't know how i could do that story justice the way it is affecting p.eople's lives and hw conservative states are run and when conservatives get power. how do you do that in one show? i don't know. i can't speak for anyone else. but i made a commitment to stay on the detroit story because i think it is a model for destructio
detroit. >> thinking detroit, we're going to take up that issue later here in the broadcast with a congressman who wants the federal government to step in, do you think that that is going >> the house of representatives and the senate are not going to allow the president to throw american taxpayer money at detroit or other failed cities. detroit has had decades of warnings. they were spending too much, regulating too much, driving people out othe city, governing poorly. they didn't care, they thought they would be bailed out, they thought other people would pay for their mistakes and the answer is no. enough cies and many states have begun to turn themselves around on unfunded pension liabilities and civil service costs. those stat, utah and wisconsin and new jersey and louisiana, those states are not goin to loot their taxpayers to pay for cities and sates that didn't do anythingo take care of themselves. not ppening. >> and let's turn nowto immigration. word out today, breitbart.com reporting they have corroborating sources saying congressman bob goodlatte is ready to resc
being good for the communities that is the plants that depend on carmakers, detroit. what does it mean to detroit? >> this is tough, tough, tough for detroit. the manufacturing jobs in detroit have disappeared. back in the 50's 300,000 manufacturing jobs. last year, 27,000 jobs. those jobs have dispersed all over the united states and some are replaced by computers. the jobs are not coming back. detroit used to have a population of 1.85 million people. now they barely hit 700,000. this is a city that has been in decline for 60 years. tough times. >> heather: will the trend continue in 2014? for car sals, in general. >> guest: car sales can remain a recovery story because of pent up demand and the very old cars on the road. i don't thing we will suddenly see 25 million cars being sold. >> heather: not good news know detroit. 300,000 manufacturing jobs and down to 27,000. we appreciate you joining us. do you remember your first car in mine was a 64corvair. >> gregg: i had a mercury colony park used. it was wasn't a model t. >> the fight for the soul of the republican party with new jerse
had the responsibility of trying to raise two young sons on her own, and in a city of detroit, inner city boston, and then back to detroit, after she got her footing. and that was very difficult. she only had a third agreed education. she worked very hard as a domestic. leaving at 5:00 in the morning north getting home until after midnight, going from job to job to job. she just had a disdain for welfare. and the sense that she was very observant and she noticed that no one she ever saw go on it came up a of it, and she just didn't like the idea of being dependent her whole life. so she figured she would work as long and as hard as she needed to, and that somehow god would take care of her. and i was an awful student, and -- but i just loved the whole concept of medicine. anytime there was story on television or the radio about medicine, i was right there. i just loved hearing about the story. interestingly enough, a lot of the big medical breakthroughs when i was a little kid seemed to be coming out of johns hopkins so i internalized one day i wanted to work at johns hopkins. but i
a group of eight people as a hijacking family five adults and three kids from detroit hijack the plane to algeria. three very young children in the and this was a baby. it is a sad story i talk about in the book but they had to make a choice with they send the children back separate themselves so i talk about kids being along for the ride in the make very bad choices. >> you talk about the paranoia of today and what it was like and then? in beckett was a revelation especially after the epidemic because people assume the hijacker wanted to negotiate so there was the assumption i'll have to go to having an all be put up in the hotel i will have a great story from referencing get a cigar. [laughter] but in 1968 "time" magazine published a guide for its basically if you are nice they will be based in and ask to go to this hotel and there's a good deal on clothing in one thing i found out a lot of times the airlines would serve alcohol during the hijackings in the people would get wasted. [laughter] because in this particular hijacking had access to all fbi debriefings so the person was too
. they emphasized that. happen what will have to and it might really happen when there is chaos. like detroit and things like that. a government in detroit right now? do you think there is a police department? iere's a burglar outside, think i will call the police. governmentderal cannot respond because her money does not work and they cannot pay the troops, that is the way the soviet system collapsed. case, and there are hundreds of times a right to know that our local government to writing actual laws notify obamacare in such things and they will not follow through. chaos, they will probably de facto notification. that is what is happening in detroit. there is no government. the biggest risk was how thuggish will they get. speaking out can be become very dangerous. on purpose.s there's a lot of demagogue to protect as individuals because all the politicians on want to truth. they want us to know everything about government so they write in the street lost that said you are a whistleblower -- strict laws that said you are whistleblower, we will protect you. yeah, right. it will charge you wi
blew up an airliner over detroit in 2009. where they directed terror attacks before being killed two years ago in a u.s. drone strike. >> given the source and the time frame where this attack or these attacks may be taking place, that's why the government takes this action. >> britain and germany are closing their embassies in yemen. this comes as interpol asks countries to track down terrorism suspect who is escaped over the past month in prison breaks in the middle east. at this point in time, it is not clear whether there is a connection between all of the alerts. president obama continues to get updated regularly. lester? >> kristen welker at the white house. we are joined by counter terrorism analyst michael lighter and richard angle on the ground in egypt. i will begin with you. we are led to believe al qaeda has been severely weakened. what's happening on the arabian peninsula. >> it is true that al questioned is severely weakened in pakistan and afghanistan, but we have seen a rise in their affiliate in yemen. they worked quite hard and made gains against that affiliate, but
no further than what tax hikes did to detroit. the forbes gang on top of that. first from getting pat-downs to getting a shakedown. why tsa already has travelers flying off the hook and calling i'm jamie colby. now back to fox news. >> wen they're not patting you down, they're up to no good. there's a new report out saying they're exposing a number of workers who are doing everything from sleeping on the job to stealing lap tapps. one stole 80 in a year. t touche. wow. >> there was a guy who had a real good operation going on, him and his wife. >> we try not to say that. >> the reason i say that -- >> the new revelation that some of our greatest fears are actually coming true is amazing. it's absolutely amazinamazing. i don't know if you'd see it if it was run by a private company. a private company can also be replaced. a unionized tsa is like a union. it's hard to make them go away. >> a lot of private companies have unions. you would want a private company without a union. >> absolutely. >> a lot of small companies sleep on the job, slack off, get caught, hopefully th get puni. tha
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. for example, if you were born in a detroit family in the bottom fifth of the income levels, you would have a 5% chance of making it to the top fifth. but if you were born in san diego, your chances are twice as good. why? we're going to get to the bottom of this. raj chetty is one of the authors of the study. he is an economist at harvard and won the macarthur genius grant last year. je jeff sachs is the author of "the price of civilization." megan mccartle is a journalist who has written for the atlantic and scott is a fellow at the brookings institution. welcome all. raj, what did you think as one of the authors of this fascinating study, what are the big takeaways that you get out of it? >> so the basic fact from this study is that there's a great deal of variation within the u.s. in rates of upward income mobility. so traditionally people often perceive the u.s. as the land of opportunity. as you were saying, recently people have become concerned that upward mobility is declining in the u.s. relative to other countries. what we're showing in this study is actually you should think about th
to blow up northwest flight over detroit on christmas day 2009. that didn't work. tried to blow up cargo planes going into the united states. that didn't work. they tried to put a bomb on another american plane. so far they haven't been able to do anything with them. >> peter, thanks so much. good to see you. >> thank you. >>> we're hearing now new news in this sports world that third baseman a-rod is about to be suspended. but he'll also be in the lineup for tomorrow night when the yankees play the white sox. how does that work? we'll explain. >>> hi, i'm katherine mcphee. through a personal connection to west africa, i had an opportunity to build a preschool. the school master, wonderful woman there, she'd come down with malaria. i had gotten together saying i'd love to see what we can do for her and for all of the people that she works so hard to help. every minute a child dies from malaria. it's something that doesn't need to happen, it's curable, preventable. nothing we would have in the united states but really is devastating to their lives and so much to be done that you can feel
you be cashing in as well. later you've seen him make hard core deals at his store in detroit. >> i'll given you the whole package, everything including two chain saws, four nail guns, golf clubs and a crowbar. >> sounds good. >> coming up, lessgo gold joins in new york. >>> if you have not already asked your boss for a raise, watch this before do you it. n??tç7 >>> when captain kirk flipped over his communicator 45 years ago, no one imagined we would be doing this today without thinking about it. that's what happening, it disrupts our normal patterns. facebook, google, apple, they are the disruptive technology. they have changed the way we learn, face, share. investors who bet on the disruptive power of technology, well, they've been on an interesting ride so far this year. the tech-heavy index is up in 2013. google shares have outpaced those gains. google up 25%. apple has had a sour year, down 15%. and facebook may have finally, finally hit its stride. let me bring in zain asher. >> we saw it last year the stock did move like a rower coaster. mobile was up. take a listen. >> af
's public comments. >> that's right. it's simplified by the vice president is detroit was alive and bin laden was dead. they went on to say it was on the heels. this seems to call it into questions. it's not just groups that hit us in benghazi that this administration hasn't really focused on but al qaeda was the one they were focused on. also the progressive line that all we have to do is pull out of iraq, dwachb stan, roll over, play nice doggy and these people won't be as violent against us isn't true. basically we've shifted from offense to defense and this is what happens. >> quickly, what's the significance for you that this includes afghanistan? >> i think it shows central asia continues to be a real hot spot and even though they want the afghan war to be over, we still have to have the ability to act in central asia as long as asia and militants are there. >> thank you so much for your insight. good luck with the book. >> thanks, shannon. >>> peace negotiations continue. hopes are high but the path will not be easy. the defense minister joining us live with his thoughts next. >>
that las vegas is a big union down. much like detroit or san francisco, big union down. and they start at 13 or $14 an hour. and have a beautiful benefit package. "the new york times" calls it the rolls-royce of the benefit packages. it's free to the member and his or her family. so the conditions are greatly different in the two cities. for cocktail waitresses in northern nevada, they are at minimum wage but they get tips. in smaller casinos you will have to work hard for tips. and cocktail waitress and as also heavy labor. you can imagine carrying that trey 20, 25 pounds come you're wearing heels, you are hiking many miles a night. so i cocktail waitress in northern a beta can make like we interviewed people who were very proud to make 35, $40,000 a year. las vegas, the tips are higher and cocktail waitresses, who have a good shift and a good area of the casino can make well over 50, $60,000 a year. the union, what's interesting, it's a culinary union which is part of unite here which is international union. it has 60,000 members in las vegas, and that's one of the largest, if not th
reason to defund this is the city of detroit, which is bankrupt, they want to fund some of their bailout by dumping people on to obama care and the funding stream. >> congressmen, there are some of your colleagues that seem timid, they think this is the wrong strategy, i had a debate earlier this week with karl rove, he thinks it's the worst law that's passed in our time, i agree with him. they said it was sold and predicated on a bunch of lies told to the american people. he thinks strategically it should be done different, not in the effort of defunding. every conservative i know wants republicans to defund it. so where are your colleagues on this? >> well, it may literally be the only tool in the toolbox to try to keep the train wreck from happening. and, you know, look, you see the train wreck coming down the track, aren't you going to try to do something to keep that from occurring? the law was never poplar, it's never enjoyed popular support. it's going to get worse when people understand -- right now you go to health care.gov in my state, and you try to click and see what it's goi
at detroit and consider all the times that went wrong, for me, it just starts with our relationship with that which we make. our relationship with with making things. you know, and we're just missing the headline in the conversation over and over and over. >> governor huckabee: if you had a piece of advice that you could give to the president and to congress, what would you tell him? >> look, first of all, i'm not an expert. i would never want to put myself out there as one. i would say the rally of the situation right now, vis-a-vis alternative education. we have to make a case for the trades. we have to start with an awareness campaign, a public relations campaign that challenges perceptions and stigmas. 3 million shovel ready jobs you remember from four or five years ago, it's a great idea but i had a dirty jobber tell me when that was announced look that's going to be a tough sale because you are talking to a country that no longer has a relationship with a shovel. you have got to start at the beginning. and so i would say let's maybe step back a little bit and have a broader co
we value? what do we celebrate? it's like manufacturing. if you look at detroit and consider all the times that went wrong, for me, it just starts with our relationship with that which we make. our relationship with with making things. you know, and we're just missing the headline in the conversation over and over and over. >> governor huckabee: if you had a piece of advice that you could give to the president and to congress, what would you tell him? >> look, first of all, i'm not an expert. i would never want to put myself out there as one. i would say the rally of the situation right now, vis-a-vis alternative education. we have to make a case for the trades. we have to start with an awareness campaign, a public relations campaign that challenges perceptions and stigmas. 3 million shovel ready jobs you remember from four or five years ago, it's a great idea but i had a dirty jobber tell me when that was announced look that's going to be a tough sale because you are talking to a country that no longer has a relationship with a shovel. you have got to start at the beginning. and
days of completely nice from detroit to chicago, new york city going to be right around 80. slightly below average for a lot of folks. >> dan and bianna's favorite time of the morning. what type of cloud is this? let's look at it. >> cumulonimbus. >> cumulonimbus is in there. see it on top. >> monsoonal flow. >> lenticular clouds. >> looks like a mushroom. has to do with a couple of things, stable air up and over the topography. >> we love learning. >> i'll try to get lenticular into a sentence. >> favorite time of the year. >> all right, thank you, ginger. >>> every year we see the picture, annual pageant of the running of the bulls in pamplona, spain, immortalized by ernest hemingway coming to america and not everybody is pleased. abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: it's epic. it's death defying and now the running of the bulls is coming to you. a great bull run inspired by the story pamplona arrives in richmond, virginia. organizers are holding events in georgia, texas, florida, california, minnesota, illinois and pennsylvania. the event first came to cave creek, arizona, in 20
, and the underwear bomber in detroit, to place bombs on -- i forget if it was u.p.s. or fedex planes. we took out some of the senior leadership in pakistan and elsewhere. the obsession with drones, i find a little odd in the sense that the question is the war. al qaeda declared war on us in 1996. they vice president chan they haven't changed their mind. we're trying to defend ourselves and go after them. it's not just drones. we, of course, have done what we've done in afghanistan. i mean, would it be better if we were launching cruise missiles at us. they declared war against us, they are threatening us. yes, you know, violence begets violence. but when you have people out there specifically plotting to attack us, i don't think we can sit back and say, well, we don't want to risk making other people mad. al qaeda senior leadership and al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, you know, are actively plotting against us, we need to use the tools that are in our toolbox to disrupt those plots. >> congressman, any thoughts on how long the embassy closures will persist? >> you know, it's hard to say. depend
to see if there's a baby there, and fortunately there was no baby in the car. and the man was detroited -- decorated by the town in florida for heroism, a insurance company also gave him an award. seven years later, this man, his name is scott prouty was working for a bartender as a catering company in south florida, and he is told along with the others what the catering company that bill clinton had been in the area repeatedly for a fund-raiser and had his picture taken. and this particular event was for romney, and he brought his camera along. i think you know some of the rest of the story. [laughter] i tell in in detail. i try to convey the motivation. in some ways it goes back to the event in the everglades. at one point after many hours of conversation, scott said to me, you know, i learned that night that if you can jump in, you must jump in. he was going do what it took to prevent romney from becoming president. this was all in a class context because what actually really first enraged scott that night was not the 47% which came later in the 48-minute tape, but some very complime
the detroit tigers, and others saying here's what we should add to baseball's arsenal -- the right at the team's discretion to void a long-term contract if a player is found, and after he gets due process and goes through appeals, so it's a fair process, if the player is found to have used peds, the team has the right to void the long-term contract. in the case of ryan braun, for example, he loses $3 million. that's a lot of money. but there's still about $100 million left on the contract. if you put in that clause, that you could void a deal, that's a tremendous disincentive. >> bob costas of nbc sports, thank you so much. what an important time with the suspension of alex rodriguez coming down to tomorrow according to your reporting from nbc sports. bob, thank you as always. >>> andrea mitchell, you're such a big sports fan. my own son said to me if one of his players he really likes a lot is caught up in this, he's going to throw away his jersey. this really matters in terms of the future of the game. >> baseball is america. baseball to me is essential sport. and the fact that it has been s
day for many, and here's the next three days of completely nice weather from detroit to chicago. new york city going to be right >> so this is our favorite part of the morning. well, maybe not but it's a quiz. for dan and bianna. let's get to it and show you the picture. what type of cloud is this. >> as always i'll go with cumulonimbus. >> i go with mushroom cloud. >> perfect, you guys both have a part of it. cumulonimbus is in there. see it on top. this one is lenticular. air rushing up so quickly. look at that. >> so what is it again? >> pileus. >> all right. i'm going to use that in a sentence today. >> all right, thanks, ginger. >>> every year we see the pictures, annual pageant of the fearless, the reckless and the inebriated known as the running of the bulls in pamplona, spain, it's famous for its gory endings and it's been immortalized by now it's coming to america and not everybody is pleased. abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: it's epic. it's death defying, and now the running of the bulls is coming to you. a great bull run inspired by the storied pamplona event arrives
that is highly organized people often don't know that boss vegas is a big uniontown like detroit or san francisco there they may start at 13 or $14 per hour and half a beautiful benefits package called the rolls-royce of benefit packages it is free to the member and for his or her family. so as the conditions are greatly different between the two cities. the cocktail waitresses in northern nevada also make minimum wage but they get tips. in a lot of the casinos you really have to work hard for the tips in the cocktail waitress is also head the labor you can imagine carrying that tray 25 pounds wearing high heels walking many miles per night so a cocktail waitress and northern nevada we interviewed people who were proud to make 35 or $40,000 per year but it's in loss vegas the tips are higher in the cocktail waitresses with a big shift in a big area of the casino could make well over 50 or $60,000 per year. is interesting is the culinary union which is international has 60,000 members in las vegas that is the largest local in the country. but the culinary union really isn't a large part due to the
,000 pipes that came with it. he res rescued the organ from the old michigan theater in detroit. >> the biggest organ ever made had five keyboards. >> reporter: what year. march 1926 the same month i was born. >> reporter: do you feel a kin dread spirit with that organ. >> i would say i think so. reporter: that explains his wurlitzer but what about the rest of the place? >> then they started tearing down all these beautiful movie theaters around the country. i thought why not pick up some of these junk and make it look like a movie palace. >> reporter: which leads me to this question. why would anybody want that? >> because they're crazy. reporter: a few years ago word got out that fred had this theater and the tour buses have been stopping by ever since. >> right down between those traffic cones and be careful. >> reporter: which is fine by fred. in fact, he says he has a responsibility to share this place. >> this is beautiful. reporter: here's the way i look at life. this is a gift that god gave me. and i think i owe something. that is why i have people coming around here. th
rock. michigan police say they arrested a 43-year-old man who tried to break in north of detroit wednesday. these are surveillance pictures of the suspect taken from kid rock's house. the suspect clearly not going to let it stop minimum from getting inside. he used a white van. the rocker posted a description on the website and is offering a $5,000 reward. >>> new information overnight. there was no winner in the $300 million jackpot. check your tickets. $400 million for wednesday's drawing. still well below the record $590 million jackpot won by a florida woman in may. the odds are matching all six numbers are 1 in 175.2 million. >> the only time i play is when it's up around like $300 mill n million. >> a good shot of winning. >> it's worse. >> what a rip off. >>> all right. rick, he's right there. what's happening? >> only when it gets up to $400 million. i'm glad nobody won the $300 million, now we can play and win. >> i'm glad nobody won, too. >> 40 degrees in minnesota. it is cold there. a big cool pocket of air, moving across the great lakes to the northeast. a very nice
while receiving money from the government now closing plants in detroit that is now they craft so the cars a buick that plant and the partnership that the chinese forces in into is 51% owned by the shanghai automotive corporation, owned by the communist party of china all the money in the technology in the know how. i went to show you something here mandated just last year for all lawyers in china i will fill the sacred mission of socialism of the characteristics assert my loyalty to the motherland and the people to uphold the leadership of the canoes party of trade in the socialist system. that does not sound like democratic reform to be. but to let me explain something socialism is aware that the for speaker talked about it ty is nationalist and socialist is a fascist government it calls itself communist but essentially are fascists. i could go on about this but this thing here with the trade deficit with china but in a number of different ways we have been doing it 30 years i am a free marketer but you don't do business with criminals and expect to get a good deal. and that bus
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